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BASIC STRUCTURE 

OF THE : 

NATIONALLIBERATION FRONT 

OF SOUTH VIETNAM 



"The people of South Vietnam are carrying out one of 
the most genuinely popular revolutions in all cf hist- 
ory* Although Vietnam is eight thousand milea. away, 
the United States is staking -the dest&iy of this na- 
tion and of all mankind <m an all-out attempt t*. 
drotro the Vietnamese Liberation struggle in blood 
because it fears the inspiring impact of the JPront 
*f Natieaal Liberation upon -the wcrld»" 

- Qfearlotte . Bcfl£ife£96j» 






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BASIC SmUOTORE OF THE NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT 



founded, December 20, i960 






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Pyeaident 

NGUIM HOU THO - Political inde- 
pendent! lawyer ; Saigo i-Cholon 
Peace Committee* 






Presidium Body "'. '< 

f 

BONZE SUPERIOR THIGH 1BIEN HAO - 
Buddhist leader, 

TBM BA0H-J1&MQ - People's Revolu- 
tionary Party; President of Revo- 
lutionary Youth Union; Recently 
elevated to Vice-Presidenty HLF. 

TRAM BOU.'klEM - President .«f. -Can- 
mission of foreign Relations of 
the Central Qoranittee of the NLF. 

* f. 
SUPERIOR NG^EN VM.HGCI - Presi- 
dent of Ccimbiissien of Assistance 
of the Wounded and Sick ©f the Li- 
beration Army; representative ©f 
Tien Thien religious sect (Cao- 
Daist). 



Vice-Presidents- 6 

HUB® TAN PHAT -'Democratic Party; 
architect j Secretary-General. 

PHONG VAN CUNG - Protestant repre- 
sentative; physician; President of the 
Liberation Red Cross and the South 
Vietnam Committee for Peace, 

THCK ME HIE NHEM - Buddhist repre- 
sentative; President of the Buddhist 
Disciplinary GounciJU 

IRAN NAM TRUNG - People's Revolu- 
tionary Party; Vice-President of the 
Liberation Army, 

¥0 CHI CONG/- People's Revolution- 
ary Party, Party; leader. if « 

YBIH ALEO - Protestant representaipLve, 
leader of Rhade Ethnic Minority.- i 
President of the Movement for the 
Autonomy of the High Plateau, . ; 












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The Central|iCeggnittee - approximately 100 members, elected from all ar&as of 
l ■ South Vietnam© ' 



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Assistant Secretary Generals 

HO HO - Member of the Coun- 
cil ©f the Rational Libera- 
tion Front for Laudations and 
Compensations • 

LE VAN ffiJAM - President of 
Association of Patriotic Tea- 
chers j President of Ccsnmittee 
of Solidarity with the Latin- 
American Peoples. 



The National Liberation Front 
is. composed cf 3 political parr- 
ties.. and 21 mass organizations. 
Many different religions and 
ethnic minorities are also rep- 
resented in the Front, 



JOirriCAL PAR-TIES 

|te^££|£* Loaders - KUHIH TAM K'JLT, W® NQOO KX» 
BacLcal ooclallst: Leader -, MHJTO VAN HISU (Foreign Mini. 

star of -foe wLffj other key Tuitions ); 2&UIEN KQOC 

7KUCKG, assistant. 
IgSggsE^TOtotiwiary: Leader - VO CHI CCNOj tRAM HAH 

IP.JIG ^General 5a liberation Armed Forces), assistant* 






H2L&H0US GROtfJS 



Bttddhist. 



-. H .. Protestant. Hoa Hao 
^thola,c:. Leader - JOSS 



'S ao*Dsd(st £ 



other sects* 
WlE KO HUE BA # 
Leader - MSUIEH VAN HGOI* 
Leader - Lieutenant Colonel YO ?AI MOK, 



CRQmiZkTlCm REPRESMTSD M CBMTRAL COMMITTEE 

Fq rmer Resistor » s Association (Vetejfarm of Fresseh War) 

JoimiaJLists for liberation 

govment for the AgtonamTof the High Fla tem 

Peasant's Association fol^^aCi'o n *~~*~* 

Soirto Vietnam Liberation Med Cross 



^eachqr' s. Associat i on for Z ib^tafari 
ysfngai's ffaion for M iction ~~~' 
ggucer's and Trade "Anion Association for MW^fa'^ 

Writers and Artists for Ubera-tion ! 

Xottth Ifejon for Liberation 

Published by the 

U.S. QQtJlTIES TO AID THE 
HAHQiAL LIBERATION FHOHT 

CF SCOTH VIE2KAM 
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